MTI – Econews

 Monday, March four, 2019, 13:20

Financial study institute GKI has raised its projection for this yearʼs GDP development to three.five%, up from three.four% in a forecast released in January, according to a report by state news agency MTI.

The projection is beneath the governmentʼs most up-to-date forecast for development of three.9%.

GKI expects European Union transfers to continue to develop this year, but puts investment development at only about 7%, albeit up from its earlier forecast of about five%.

Final year, investment volume in Hungary was up 17%.